NFL: Harv’s Week Six Picks And Winners


If this was baseball, I would be in the Hall of Fame for a batting average having picked seven out of 14 National Football League games last weekend for a .500 percentage.

But in pro football that record for predicting games in a word…stinks. So I get a new shot at it this weekend and here’s how I see the NFL games going down…

Washington at New York Jets: The Jets are fresh coming off their bye week and will play well at home. Jets 31 Redskins 21.

Kansas City at Minnesota: Chiefs are slumping, no Jamaal Charles, no win. Vikings 34 Chiefs 21.

Cincinnati at Buffalo: Come on Bills! Bills 24 Bengals 21.

Chicago at Detroit: Lions get their first win! Lions 40 Bears 19.

Denver at Cleveland: Can Browns pull another upset and take an unbeaten off the books. Nope. Broncos 37 Browns 10.

Houston at Jacksonville: Jaguars whole season on the line. Jaguars 24 Texans 20.

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  • Miami at Tennessee: Dolphins debut a new coach…and lose. Titans 27 Miami 21.

    Carolina at Seattle: ‘Hawks rebound big. Seahawks 34 Carolina 13.

    San Diego at Green Bay: Not as close as last Monday. Packers 33 Chargers 13.

    Baltimore at San Francisco: Ravens fans not used to this kind of losing. 49ers 17 Baltimore 14.

    New England at Indianapolis: Colts would love this one. They won’t get it. New England is on a mission. Patriots 35 Colts 17.

    New York at Philadelphia: Week six concludes with a rivalry game and it should be a good one. Eagles 31 Giants 28.

    Which team in your opinion has been the biggest surprise so far this season? Is there one particular team that has been disappointing?

    There are 19 NFL teams with records below .500 across both conferences. Can one of them make a comeback and make the playoffs? Let your fellow football fans know in the comments section below.

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